The final of the World Test Championship (WTC) will be played between India and Australia from tomorrow. The team that wins this match, going to be held at The Oval ground in London, will prove its dominance in the cricket world, because the winning team will have all the ICC tournament trophies and they will become the first team to do so.
In such a situation, this great competition is a battle of supremacy for both the teams. Before this great match, we will know the strength and weakness of India and Australia teams.
Batting: In Australia team, their batters are the strength of the team. 4 batsmen of the team have scored more than 1000 runs this season. On the other hand, Steve Smith has scored 391 runs at an average of 97.75 in the 3 matches played so far on this ground. He was also playing county cricket in England in the past along with Marnus Labuschagne. Whose team will benefit.
Spin Bowling: Australian batsmen are seen faltering in front of the spinners. There are 3 spinners in the list of top-5 wicket takers against Australia. Among them Ravichandran Ashwin (25 wickets) and Ravindra Jadeja (22 wickets) are at number one and second. Sri Lankan spinner Prabath Jayasuriya (12 wickets) is at number 5.
Bowling: There are 5 pacers in Team India's squad, out of which 4 are expected to play. Among them Mohammad Shami, Mohammad Siraj, Shardul Thakur and Umesh Yadav all four have experience of playing in England. With the help of these bowlers, India won 2 Test matches in the last series against England.
Batting: The weakness of the Indian batting is the fast bowling. Most wickets against India have been taken by fast bowlers, although the top wicket-taker against India is Australian spinner Nathan Lyon. He has dismissed Indian batsmen 22 times. After this, 4 pacers took the most wickets against India, in which South Africa and England have 2-2 bowlers.
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